Friday, February 26, 2010

NDS Minna no Conveni - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Operating a convenience store ain't all that. The hours are grueling, the profit margins are thin, and there's a problem with shrinkage. That's retail lingo for theft. Instead of calling it outright theft however, shop operators massage the word and soften it into something innocuous like "shrinkage." If you've ever wanted to run a convenience store but didn't want to confront the "shrinkers," Minna no Conveni affords you the fantasy of being a shopkeeper who does it all in a world without crime.
From manning the cash register to stocking the shelves to choosing the product mix in the store, players try to make bank by running a Conveni. Popular products lead to higher foot traffic which leads to more sales. More sales means more profits and all that commerce leads to expansion and eventual world domination by way of donuts, trinkets, and soda pop.

PSP Kiniro no Corda 3 Treasure Box - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Music, school chums, and romance intertwine once again in the third Kiniro no Corda 3 game which features a new cast of characters. The Treasure Box edition includes the following bonus items:

» Kure Yuki: Original Art Collection - illustrations of the characters
» Kiniro no Corda 3 Original Soundtrack CD
» Kiniro no Corda 3 Voice Drama CD
» Blue Leather-bound Daily Planner and name tag
» Selection of full-color character cards

PSP Tenchu 4 Plus - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Rikimaru and Ayame are back as stealth assassins under the employ of Lord Gohda who skulk in dark places and attack with sword slashes and one-hit killing blows. Tenchu 4 emphasizes the use of stealth and the game provides a bevy of shadowy places to hide, wait, and attack from. The environments are darkly lit which also attend to a ninja's need for stealth. Unsuspecting enemies who approach Rikimaru's general vicinity but are unaware of his presence may be killed with a single critical stroke. For example, when a hapless victim draws near, Riki can grab him and then perform a powerful blow to the head which kills him instantly. Rikimaru can also topple an enemy from afar by throwing a single shuriken which causes the victim lose his balance and fall to his death. Another killing attack allows Rikimaru to choke someone for about a second but that single second is all that it takes to induce the long sleep. Dead bodies may be stored in large urns or pulled behind bushes to hide them from view. That way, they won't alert any other guards to Riki or Ayame's presence.

As the story goes, a rival of Gohda has kidnapped his daughter Kiku-Hime and spirited her away to an unknown domain. Rikimaru and Ayame are charged with venturing forth and rescuing the Princess. Tenchu's original developer Acquire returns to the franchise that they built and the "Plus" edition of Tenchu 4 includes a new ad hoc communication mode where players can skulk together in stealth-slash-kill missions. The game also features new skills when multiple players collaborate together.

Wii MadWorld - New Japanese Import, Restock Available

From the Publisher
From renowned developer PlatinumGames comes a highly stylized, over-the-top brawler created exclusively for the Wii. A terrorist group known as the Organizers has taken over Varrigan City, forcing all citizens into their insane Death Watch game, where "kill or be killed" is the only rule. As Jack, a mysterious game participant, players will set ingenious traps, use imaginative tactics to pummel opponents and battle in vicious hand-to-hand combat with daggers, bats, chainsaws and more using the arcade-style controls of the Wii Remote. While the spectacular mayhem ensues, enthusiastic sports announcers entertain the spectators with humorous commentary detailing the game highlights. The bloodiest, most creative kills earn the most points and increase the chances that Jack can save the terrorized city - let the games begin!

  • Exciting, visceral gameplay. Created exclusively for the Wii, MADWORLD features fast and instinctive arcade-style gameplay with brutal finishing moves delivered by the Wii Remote and Nunchuk.
  • Massive playing field to explore. Varrigan City is divided into six completely unique areas. Anything in the environment - sign posts, garbage cans, passing trains, etc. can be used to attack enemies.

NEWS General Updates

WEATHER Phil Was Right
«©NCSX» Snow fell all day on Thursday in NYC; there was a respite in the morning but that was the literal calm before the storm. The snow fell all night and it's still dropping this morning. According to the tanned weather guy on TV, snow will be coming down consistently until tomorrow morning.
Punxsutawney Phil saw its shadow earlier this month and that's why the yoke of winter is still upon us. Snow isn't caused by atmospheric conditions, numbing temperatures, or moisture content high up in the sky. Snow is ultimately caused by a little groundhog.
X360 Espgaluda II Black Label - Restock on Monday
«©NCSX» NCS' third batch of Espgaluda II Regular Edition is scheduled to arrive on Monday. The third batch should still be from the first printing of the game but we'll reconfirm on Monday morning.
PS3 End of Eternity Bonus Soundtrack
«©NCSX» A Japanese vendor offered us an allocation of the End of Eternity Bonus Soundtrack and we've imported all of them earlier in the week. The bonus was supposed to be given away for free in Japan but it seems vendors are trading and shopping them around instead. We'll post a formal offer on Monday along with photos.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

X360 Espgaluda II Black Label Regular - New Japanese Import

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Espgaluda II is a vertically scrolling shooter but firing away isn't the only gist of the game. There's also gems to be collected. Lots of them which burst out of enemies when they're destroyed. Players will also find themselves weaving and dodging a maze of bullets which spiral and scatter throughout the screen. By strategizing and going into three types of Kakusei mode, players can maximize the score multiplier, throw up an auto-barrier, and affect bullet velocity. Game modes in the Xbox 360 port include an Xbox mode, a Novice mode, Arcade mode, and an Arrange mode for a bit of variation on the horizontal shooting action. In the sequel, a girl named Asagi joins the cast of Ageha and Tateha from the original Espgaluda as a playable hero. She's a scrawny runt at the outset of the game but watch how she does when she's at maximum power.

Region-Free Japanese Import
The Regular Edition of Espgaluda II Black Label is Region-Free and playable on USA or European Xbox 360 consoles in addition to Japanese consoles. Preorders that were submitted before
1:57PM EST yesterday are all shipping today. The remaining preorders will ship on Monday.

X360 Espgaluda II Black Label Limited - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Espgaluda II is a vertically scrolling shooter but firing away isn't the only gist of the game. There's also gems to be collected. Lots of them which burst out of enemies when they're destroyed. Players will also find themselves weaving and dodging a maze of bullets which spiral and scatter throughout the screen. By strategizing and going into three types of Kakusei mode, players can maximize the score multiplier, throw up an auto-barrier, and affect bullet velocity. Game modes in the Xbox 360 port include an Xbox mode, a Novice mode, Arcade mode, and an Arrange mode for a bit of variation on the horizontal shooting action. In the sequel, a girl named Asagi joins the cast of Ageha and Tateha from the original Espgaluda as a playable hero. She's a scrawny runt at the outset of the game but watch how she does when she's at maximum power.

Region-Locked Japanese Import
The Limited Edition of Espgaluda II Black Label is Region-Locked and only playable on Japanese Xbox 360 consoles.
All preorders and new orders are shipping today. The limited edition of Espgaluda II ships with a bonus Ceceri faceplate which is an attractive and compelling collectible.

NDS Nazotte Oboeru Otona no Kanji Renshuu Kaiteiban

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Language learners can take on kanji and keep at it for their entire lives and still not master every single character housed in Chinese and Japanese dictionaries. Thankfully, it's unnecessary to learn every single kanji character since modern Chinese and Japanese documents use approximately 2,000 characters. Even though 2,000 is a manageable amount, some adults might find that quantity daunting and that's where Nazotte Oboeru Otona no Kanji Renshuu Kaiteiban steps in to lend a helping hand. The software includes practice exercises for kanji characters that are in daily use along with 196 new characters that have appeared in recent news media. The program features improved handwriting recognition and the ability to capture more than one written kanji character at a time.

NDS Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Mugen no Frontier EXCEED

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Take another trip to the Endless Frontier where a lad named Aldy Nash is on the hunt for a mech known as Alcon. According to the Official Mecha Wiki, the Alcon is a mech which can operate on its own volition and impetus which makes it a valuable bit of kit. Aldy hopes to find Alcon and become its expert pilot. Joining Aldy in the new character category is Neige Hausen along with the original cast of characters from the first Mugen no Frontier game in another tactical battle RPG. When an encounter is in play, the two sides stand face to face and attacks are shown in fluid motion accompanied by pounding sound effects, vocal exhortations, and the occasional visual firework. Similar to the original game, gamers may view short animated sequences during battles where the attributes of female characters juggle themselves with undulating abandon.

NDS Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Mugen nF EXCEED LE

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The limited edition of Super Robot Taisen OG Saga Mugen no Frontier Exceed includes the following bonus items in addition to the game card:

» Illustrations Booklet featuring 32-pages of character and mech art
» Soundtrack CD which contains 80 tracks of BGM
» NDS game storage case which holds three game cards

All preorders will ship today but please note this item is currently sold out. We'll post an update if we're able to restock additional quantities.

PSP BlazBlue Portable - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Join Ragna the Bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi, and Noel Vermillion as they face off against a motley assortment of fighters who seem oddly familiar. If you look at the design for Iron Tagar, he looks awfully like Potemkin from Guilty Gear X while Bang Shishigami is sorta like Sol-Badguy. If we squint, Haku=Men could be mistaken for Justice. The character similarities shouldn't be much of surprise however since BlazBlue is the successor to the Guilty Gear X franchise from ArcSys. Toshimichi Mori is the lead designer for BlazBlue and 12 fighters are featured in the game who fight on sharp and brilliantly colored 2D stages. The presentation hearkens back to Arc System's GGX series with bright visual polish, snappy animation, bold voices, and feverish action that's executed with nary a hiccup.

The PS3 and X360 versions of BlazBlue were released last this summer and the PSP conversion ships this week in Japan. New features include updated skills for all 12 fighters and a special "Legion Mode" where a hero leads forces against enemy contingents. An ad hoc linkage facility allows up to four players to hook up and participate in 1-on-1 bouts.

Bonus Schwag
Early reservations will include a bonus Soundtrack CD which is being given away in 50% ratio by Arc System Works. If we're able to locate any surplus CD inventory in the Japanese aftermarket within the next few days, we'll ship the bonus at no cost to customers who didn't receive it with their orders that are shipping today.

PSP Kenka Banchou 4: One Year War - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» High school delinquents and well-coiffed tough guys are in vogue once again when Spike unleashes Kenka Banchou 4 this week. The hero in the game is a miscreant named Yuuta Hayami who has ambitions to become the baddest badass in Minami High School. Before he can reach the pinnacle of thugs however, he'll have to battle other delinquents, run errands, and harass the neighborhood girls with impudent behavior. When he's ready, he'll get a chance to dethrone a bruiser named Eichi Akutsu who's the current King of the Yankii-styled truants.

Yuuta and his fount of budding male testosterone battles enemies with a flurry of punches and kicks but he is also in the process of mastering a power known as the Menchi Beam. Don't ask your father, uncle, or girl cousin to explain the glory of the Menchi Beam because they won't have a clue that it even exists. Only street thugs, hoodlums, and members of the criminal fraternity are capable of conjuring up the Menchi Beam which is used to stare down rivals with beams of blazing eye-energy. If Yuuta bests an opponent in a Menchi Beam stare-down, he'll gain first attack advantage which may ultimately decide the tide of battle. Minami High School houses over 300 students so Yuuta will be a busy freshman as he gets acquainted with fellow pupils and rivals within the halls of learning.
In addition to 1-player action, multiple participants may link up via ad hoc mode for all-out fighting tournaments.

PSP Minna no Tennis Portable - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Anybody can play the sport of tennis but playing the game well is another matter entirely. Everybody can play virtual tennis however and play it well without even leaving the comfort of the futon. The red one with the beaded seat.

Developer Clap Hanz of Minna no Golf fame directs their design conventions and creative animus at another sport and comes up with yet another winner. Minna no Tennis follows the simplicity and elegance of Minna no Golf except players now swing a racket instead of a nine iron. Upon starting the game, a rotary menu appears which allows access into a single-player Challenge Mode, a multi-player Minna Mode, Training Mode, Options, and Data.

Minna no Tennis Portable
is Sony's latest PS2-to-PSP conversion which features singles-play, doubles-play, and a training mode to get gamers up to speed. To get a feel for the mechanics of the game, the training sessions test a player's skill by lobbing tennis balls via automated ball launcher.
When returning the serve, portions of the court are highlighted and designated as the areas to aim for. When swinging the racket, the analog nub or D-pad may be maneuvered to aim the ball. The strength of the swing may also be controlled by pressing one of three buttons. The TRIANGLE serves up an overhead lob, the CIRCLE thrashes out a topspin ground stroke, and the X-BUTTON may be tapped for a weak slice shot which sends the ball sailing low and slow. Features in the PSP game include new cast members, customization for the tennis players, and a multi-player ad hoc mode for singles or doubles matches.

PSP QIX++ - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The original coin-op version of Qix gobbled up quarters back in 1981 when the competition consisted of Kangaroo, Donkey Kong, and Pac-Man. Fast forward nearly three decades and Qix++ has already been released on Xbox Live Arcade to mediocre reviews but that's not stopping Taito from porting the game over to the PSP.

Qix is a simple block-building game. Players control a diamond-shaped vehicle which draws straight lines in order to create squares and boxes. The aim of the game is to isolate an electrical being called Qix in as small a space as possible by building blocks on the playfield while avoiding the deathly touch of the Qix. The PSP conversion will include all of the downloadable content that's available for the Xbox Live version.

When playing Qix, NCS recommends a tree-building strategy where gamers start by building the trunk of a tree with smallish to medium-sized rectangular shapes. The origin of the trunk can be seeded on the center of the screen or you can even start it on one of the corners. Once the trunk has been established, start working on the branches of the tree which should sprout out in at least four or five separate segments. The goal is to use the tree branch design to trap the Qix and box it into as small an area as possible. By accomplishing this feat, players will score big points and attain the temerity to pat themselves on the back.

Wii Dai Kaiju Battle Ultra Coliseum DX Ultra Senshi - New

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The original Ultraman and nineteen cohorts go to war against each other and an assemblage of 70 mighty monsters that bear names such as King Joe, Dada, Alien Baltan, Garamon and more. Although a game that's titled Dai Kaiju Battle Ultra Coliseum DX Ultra Senshi sounds like it'll be an all-out 3D fighting fest of epic proportions, NCS can assure you that it's not. Sure, there's battling but not in the conventional sense where monsters are controlled directly by the player. In Bandai's Wii interpretation of big movie monster battles, the Remote is wagged feverishly from side to side to perform certain moves which are then followed by other Wii Remote operations to ignite other fighting actions. In this manner then, the game is what NCS would call a flick-action fighting game since the moves are broken up into sequences that require Wii Remote movement before they're triggered. In other words, you won't control the monsters directly but your actions with the Remote decide how the beast under your control behaves and acts on screen.
In addition to the flick-action fighting, Bandai throws in three mini-games which also require Remote waving motion. One of the mini-games features tug-of-war between monsters. That alone is probably worth the price of admission. Or at least 1/4 the price of entry.

Wii Rajirugi NOAH - New Import, In Stock

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» The Naomi coin-op version of Rajirugi Noah was location-tested late 2008 in Japan, released in February 2009, and is making its way to the Wii a year later. Arcade operators have likely recouped their investment on the game already so the Wii conversion won't engender too much ill will from that beleaguered crowd.

Rajirugi aka Radirgy is a Milestone shooter which we didn't think would get a sequel because it was a fairly average game in terms of play mechanics and aesthetics. Rajirugi was apparently profitable for the company since they had enough confidence to release a sequel. The follow-up subtitled "Noah" didn't light a fire amongst the Japanese shmup literati but we're sure it'll grab a few sales on the Wii and possibly make its way to other territories either as a standalone release or as part of a compilation.

In the game, players control a ship that's capable of shooting, shielding, and slashing. The "slashing" is in the form of a little sword which swishes to and fro like a windshield wiper. By shooting and slashing, the ship levels up both offensive functions for improved performance. "Noah" features a simultaneous 2-player option and is viewed in the Yoko (horizontal) aspect which allows enough room for both gamers to maneuver and takes sides. Bosses in "Noah" include a bald-headed homo sapien in yellow pants who performs a spin attack that launches fireballs and an aerial platform that disappears in a puff of clouds when destroyed.

PS3 HEAVY RAIN (ヘビーレイン) - New Import, Restock Soon

From the Publisher
How Far Will You Go To Save Someone You Love? Experience a gripping psychological thriller filled with innumerable twists and turns, where choices and actions can result in dramatic consequences. Spanning four days of mystery and suspense, the hunt is on for a murderer known only as the Origami Killer - named after his macabre calling card of leaving behind folded paper shapes at crime scenes. Four characters, each following their own leads and with their own motives, must...

Key Features
» An evolving thriller in which you shape the story
» Mature content, reflecting a realistic world setting that explores powerful themes
» Stunning graphics, animation and technology support an emotionally driven experience
» Accessible gameplay via intuitive, contextual controls and interface

NEWS Japanese Customs Computer Bottleneck (JCCB)

UPS Shipment Delay
«©NCSX» When shipping "Express" packages from Japan, we tend to hope for quick delivery. Speed is the reason why the going rate for UPS Worldwide Express is what it is compared to a service like EMS which costs about 1/3 less and delivers 3 days later. Yesterday, the following tracking result popped up on all of our UPS shipments from multiple Japanese vendors:


Maybe it was an erroneous message so we spoke to a UPS representative and pointed out the error message to him. He'd never seen such a message in his entire life. He sounded like an old dude too. His supervisor who had "seen it all" hadn't seen that message before either. In the two decades that NCS has shipped with UPS, that message has never appeared on any of our packages. Guess it was about time that it did appear and it was great that it happened on the day that some of our biggest shipments of the year were trying to escape from Japan.

We're disappointed. Tonight was supposed to be "Espgaluda II Night NYC." As of right now, it looks more like "Frozen TV Dinner Night 2010." The fare will include greasy Salisbury steak, congealed gravy, and mushy peas. If we're lucky, the dessert brownie will have a rock baked into it.

As of this morning, the shipments are on the way but they're a day late and won't arrive until tomorrow. If there isn't any further botching of shipments, all preorders for Espgaluda II (Regular and Limited Edition) will ship out tomorrow along with preorders for the other new releases including PSP BlazBlue Portable, PSP Kenka Banchou 4, etc.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

NEWS General Espgaluda II Updates

X360 Espgaluda II Black Label [RE and LE]- Tomorrow
«©NCSX» Our entire allocation of Espgaluda II Black Label has shipped from Tokyo and NCS expects to take delivery tomorrow. All preorders submitted to NCS as of 10:30AM EST today should ship on Wednesday. Please note however that new orders that are placed after 10:30AM (today) may not ship until Thursday due to the volume of orders that we'll be processing, packing, and shipping tomorrow. Our Espgaluda II preorder numbers beat Mushihimesama Futari's numbers by a wide margin.

Due to the earlier than expected arrival of Espgaluda II, please be advised that we'll begin processing transactions today so we can alert customers if there are any payment issues and allow customers enough time to make alternate payment arrangements. Note that we cannot accept any shipping changes at this time since all invoices and shipping labels have been printed and are ready to go for efficient dispatch tomorrow.
X360 Espgaluda II Black Label - Region Clarification
«©NCSX» We're still receiving inquiries regarding the region status of Espgaluda II. This makes us nervous. To reiterate, the Regular Edition of Espgaluda II is Region-Free and the Limited Edition is Region-Locked.

TOYS Miss Bunny Chibizu MJ FuwaFuwa Plush - Import Preorder

NCS Preorder Synopsis
«©NCSX» Thumper was a rabbit character who starred in the Bambi movie from roughly 70 years ago. Thumper's betrothed was a bunny named "Miss Bunny" who had a sunflower-colored hide and pink ears. She also had big eyelashes which she batted to catch her man. Thumper and Miss Bunny have probably had a hundred kids since rabbits breed like... rabbits. Sega Toys shows love to Miss Bunny by announcing an "MJ FuwaFuwa" plush which measures 45cm or 17.71" tall and is made of cushiony material which is soft and pliable to the touch. Preorders ship in May 2010.

TOYS Stitch & Bugu MJ FuwaFuwa Plush - Import Preorder

NCS Preorder Synopsis
«©NCSX» No one has ears as large as Cheburashka but Stitch gives him a run for the money with a pair of big velvety ones. In Sega Toys' upcoming Stitch FuwaFuwa plush, the blue-skinned alien creature shows off its big ears, pot belly, and black talons. Stitch is accompanied by a little pal named Bug which peeks out from behind. The version of Stitch that Sega presents is peaceful Stitch. We know this because he isn't baring its fangs for all the world to witness. The Stitch FuwaFuwa plush measures 50cm or 19.68" in height and is fixed pose. Preorders are welcome to ship in May 2010.

Monday, February 22, 2010

PS3 Bayonetta Rodin's Selection - Japan Bonus Soundtrack

NCS Product Synopsis
«©NCSX» Brand new and factory sealed Bayonetta Rodin's Selection Japan Bonus Soundtrack Package which was only released in Japan as a bonus to be included with the Bayonetta game for PS3 and Xbox 360. NCS was able to purchase surplus inventory from a vendor in Japan which we are offering for general sale.

A Japanese vendor who visits our website to check up on what's happening has offered us a batch of the Bayonetta Rodin's Selection bonus soundtrack that was given away with preorders last year. We've purchased their entire stake and we're putting them up for sale on our shops. The soundtrack contains six tracks composed by Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Masami Ueda, and Rei Kondoh which span 22 minutes of music. The first track is "
One Of A Kind" by Yamaguchi and the final track is "The Gates Of Hell" which is also composed by Yamaguchi. A booklet is also included inside the little binder which holds the CD and the overall design is similar to the Senjou no Valkyria 2 Document of Gallia 1936 "Historical Materials of Gallia" we imported recently.

The package includes the following:

A) Bayonetta Rodin's Selection Booklet which contains 16 pages and includes the following information:
- Track listing for the Rodin's Selection music CD
- Each of the six songs on the CD have two pages dedicated to it with the name of the song, a photo of a drink, the name of the composer, the length of the song, and a passage from "The Inferno"

B) Bayonetta Rodin's Selection Soundtrack CD which contains the following tracks:
01) One Of A Kind 05:00
02) Riders Of The Light 02:27
03) Battle For The Umbra Throne 02:24
04) Theme Of Bayonetta - Mysterious Destiny 02:52
05) The Old City Of Vigrid 05:45
06) The Gates Of Hell 03:59
CD Length 22:27

All of the items are bundled inside a brown hardcover binder which keeps everything secure. Please note the language in the booklet is in English and Latin. The passages inside are from Dante's "The Inferno."

Orders are welcome to ship this afternoon. NCS recommends USPS Media Mail shipping for customers within the United States for the most economical shipping method. «NCS Photo Gallery»

TOYS Chi's Sweet Home Futari Plush - Import Preorder

NCS Preorder Synopsis
«©NCSX» It was back in 19Xx when your mom said, "No. We shan't be driving down to the pet shack because you won't be getting that cat." She went on to state, "You say you'll take care of it now but once the cat's in the house, you'll get bored of the beast and disrespect it." She was right because moms are always right. Just like wives are always right.

The Chi's Sweet Home Futari Plush obviates the trip to the pet shop entirely. It also eliminates the need for kitty litter, the act of neutering, kibble, catnip, Tender Vittles, and all those other essentials that the pet industry peddles. The Chi's plush also won't cough up saliva-clotted hairballs by the handful. Preorders are welcome to ship in June 2010.

NEWS Japanese Import Outlook - Arrivals on Thursday-Friday

NDS Fushigi no Dungeon: Fuurai no Shiren 4 Spike

Nazotte Oboeru Otona no Kanji Renshuu Kaiteiban


Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Mugen EXCEED Bandai

Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Mugen EXCEED LE


Utatte Touch, Utouchi!! Konami

WiZman's World Jaleco

Kiniro no Corda 3 Treasure Box

PSP BlazBlue Portable Arc Sys

Kenka Banchou 4: One Year War


Minna no Tennis Portable SCEI

QIX++ Taito

Espgaluda II Black Label [Region-Free]


Espgaluda II Black Label Limited Edition [R-Locked]



Daikaijyu Battle Ultra Coliseum DX


GTI Club World: City Race Konami

Rajirugi Noah (aka Radirgy Noah) MileStone

Super Monkey Ball Athletic